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Randall McDaniel

Offensive Guard

Randall Cornell McDaniel

Inducted 2008

Date of Birth



Phoenix, AZ


Arizona State University (1984-1987)


A four-year starter and leader at Arizona State, Randall McDaniel created an unparalleled collegiate and professional record. Twice named a first-team All-America (1986, 1987-consensus), McDaniel led the Sun Devils to three bowl berths during his career, including Arizona State's first-ever trip to the Rose Bowl in 1987. The native Arizonan was a two-time first-team All-Conference pick, earning the Morris Trophy as the Pac-10's best offensive lineman and leading Arizona State to a conference title in 1986. He started 39 consecutive games for the Sun Devils after moving from tight end. McDaniel was selected in the first round of the 1988 NFL Draft by Minnesota. He played 15 seasons in the league with the Vikings and Tampa Bay and secured 12 trips to the Pro Bowl. Named NFL/True Value Man of the Year for his charity work in 1996, McDaniel is a member of the 2009 class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.


Height 6'5

Weight 261

Career Highlights

  • 1987 All-Conference
  • 1987 Consensus All-America
  • 1986 All-Conference
  • 1986 First Team All-America
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